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THE ORATION AND PRAYERS'j ' ' ""f or o y 1 c ^* 1 '"f,' 11 "p3^,'! 

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•SERVICES AT THE CAPITOL.g 

A 8UASI OF JOB 






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Tac Treasnry Deporlmeat wee besieged 
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THE WASHINGTON WEEKLY CHROKKLE— SATURDAY, APRIL 







^_ ?^li M .^L ; )'l'!!l NG1 '"iS ll , l WE1 - KLY OURONICLE-SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1B6J. 



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irpvse t>: !Al.;ug proper? 



icsolutions expressive of ike eense of i 
mcetiDg: General J. K. Haynie, G. 
S..!wll.'.=, Hon. W.P. Kellogg, C. H. Fox J 
IS. T. Brifigce. 

The following commit lee were cl 



Governor R, 3. Oglesby, General J. '. 
Famswortb, CJ^t^.t-l j J'niit; "iV. s:ng!.:t--i 
Hon. I. N. Arnold, Hon. R. Yates, Lie 
tenant General U. 8. Grant, Celonel J. ! 
, General David Hunter, Hon. V 
P. Dole. 




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THE WASHINGTON WEEKLY CB.llOSXCl.¥.—.i.\'l<:Ri.lAY, APRIL 22, 1865 




Hies o! the time ' the Puritan psrtjSthem, for Uicj know not what they Jo."£«aJ Ur pretension ; bat his lvorne are inspected decease 01 ilea. Abrnnain Lincoln-secli-thesa demon; neyct aVrcnmeO. that- to i»it 

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THE WASHINGTON WEEKLY CHRONICLE— SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1865. 




the aged Mr. White, a 
fore Iriil, committed sua. 
The- -Mk-:i of the Knapps * 
the will of Mr. Wlute, wIk. 



ilheo'.her for beiug c 



ni [-..iseivd i-'t" tbeSnuth ■ |iS r " c,? "'rendy .-cvc-lopcd, ruid flish 

dun i fc lt ,a -.-j u, j..ur :. r. biro pro ;.ind Wednesdftj- morutug, when thi 

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Upon this thceditoi 



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•ely visit them. Mothing c 



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3 following gentlemen 



SBlair, Sr., Hon. Mo; 



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g oath to Mr. Jo] 



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formed man kn « ' | > >" «"•■ 

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THE WASHINGTON WEEKLY CHRONICLE—SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 










lj _ j|u|um[ THE WASHINGTON ^ WEEKLY C HRONICLE- SATURDAY APRIL 22, 1865. 

THE NATI0NAL^^;-;3S3^5Slsr^T*1 THE MORBER 
CALAMITY, fes^^r^:;:;^:, ^:=^s^rd 

IPresident Lincoln.! 



A WAiL THROUGHOUT THE WNDiH""^" 



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epolicflaudmllitarya 






a were nol regarded at the [[me as 



The New York Tri, 



|Description of John Wilkes Booth.! 



SPersonal Appearance of tha Assassirjl 






. Ferguson. A5 11.1a 



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.inent merchants appoinLcdulgn iLuhoarofL .y. - • - ■ faDescrlptloi 

1 Na qdl to be present. Mr. Ferguson saw lhe|rj «'',.'° iV"" 



It is highly gratifying 
sorrow and 

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j journals in the exprcsslou of indigna- 



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Th- .\V~ Y,-..k If.-,-'.; refors to the as- 
an of the President and Mr. Eew- 
2 following patriotic strain: 
t erday the nation wag at .he height 



Union to a loo* tuj<.ri.i. -■... :■:■.-. 
. i:.J:n^L .-ij. ;-;i!: ,■-. ; i To . : kj .-very loyal heart must b 

■ COUCly; UnltidJsiirir! a i.i.i.: L-n'.smity ,<L._] Le; t".-rl iMjfjii.ted 



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o which It wbb PiEOLBD PBiiOHBee,— Two hundredBiiue" 



THE WASHINGTON WEEKLY CHRONICLE— SATURDAY, APRIL •«, i b6 5. 



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and mourn to- day. Tflougb 



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Philadelphia ( 



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[ un-oo The President was a j ii n i a - : r,Uur K ,i.^f3, ?",%','■',*' "h'^'Z; '!', ' ■' ' ' ■ 




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